Dr. Galsky on Progression on Immunotherapy in Bladder Cancer

Matthew Galsky, MD,
Published: Friday, Jan 05, 2018



Matthew Galsky, MD, professor of medicine, hematology, and medical oncology, Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses the next steps following progression on immunotherapy for patients with bladder cancer.

There is a growing understanding of the resistance to checkpoint inhibitors, explains Galsky. One of the main reasons that patients do not respond to checkpoint inhibitors is because their tumors are not immunogenic and have not developed a preexisting immune response, which is necessary.
 
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Matthew Galsky, MD, professor of medicine, hematology, and medical oncology, Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses the next steps following progression on immunotherapy for patients with bladder cancer.

There is a growing understanding of the resistance to checkpoint inhibitors, explains Galsky. One of the main reasons that patients do not respond to checkpoint inhibitors is because their tumors are not immunogenic and have not developed a preexisting immune response, which is necessary.
 

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